“I found how I could make a difference”. From investment banking to politics, Rod talks about his journey to generating meaningful social impact and why he founded ClearlySo
A story of love, autism, chocolate, and innovative social finance… Suzanne Biegel looks at Harry Specters – the chocolatier giving hope and confidence to young people with autism.
“Authentic, innovative, and grounded in the local community”, Green Rooms will offer accessible rates on accommodation and studio space as well as a programme of free events.
In the first of our series of blogs on education and innovation, Jessica looks at the role of education in society and how Edtech businesses are helping reshape the classroom learning dynamic
Investment activity is risky, and needs to be, in order to finance uncertain ventures which aim to be innovative. Hysteria over failure is harmful – it is just part of the process.
Amid rising levels of homelessness, charity and specialist housing association Framework has secured, with the assistance of ClearlySo, £9m investment to help homeless people.
The future is looking bright for impact investing in the UK, according to ClearlySo CEO Rod Schwartz. Rod talks us through why he thinks the market will go from strength to strength this year.
Tamsin Chislett, who runs ClearlySo’s Manchester branch, explains how the city is abuzz with tech talent as well as angels looking to invest. First published by Wealth and Finance International.